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Sometimes a patient's reasons for leaving aren't as bad as we might imagine.
It takes time and effort to create positive work relationships, but the payoff is worth it.
Following clear guidelines will help you handle this sensitive situation efficiently and professionally.
Our most important role as a physician is being a comforter to the sick.
Poor communication with this vulnerable and growing population can undermine your efforts to provide good patient care.
Protect yourself with these tips from a family physician who has successfully defended his care and that of other physicians.
If a shirt and tie are too formal and jeans and a T-shirt are too casual, what's a doctor to do?
When we invite our patients to be part of the solution, even difficult encounters can become rewarding.
Today's leaders need more than vision and a high IQ.
After facing a serious illness, one physician found new meaning in this common question.